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Integrated Mathematics II A/B - New

Learning Outcomes

In this year-long Integrated Mathematics II course, students will cover topics over a two semester period (as designated by "A" and "B" sections). The first semester of Integrated Mathematics II begins with a brief exploration of radicals and polynomials before delving into quadratic expressions, equations and functions. Students then embark on a deep study of the applications of probability, and develop advanced reasoning skills with a study of similarity, congruence, and proofs of mathematical theorems. The second semester of Integrated Mathematics II continues to build upon the concepts introduced in the first semester of the course. Students continue to develop advanced reasoning skills with an exploration of right triangle geometry before turning their attention to the geometry of circles and making informal arguments to derive formulas for the volumes of various solids.

All courses are written to California Department of Education standards and to national standards, as applicable.